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FIFA world cup award 2010
« on: July 13, 2010, 01:45:00 PM »
Final Tournament Standings

    * Winner: Spain
    * Runners-Up: Netherlands
    * Third: Germany
    * Fourth: Uruguay

adidas Golden Ball

Diego Forlan has been named Best Player at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. The Uruguay striker topped the prestigious poll of accredited media representatives ahead of the Netherlands’ Wesley Sneijder and Spain hitman David Villa. The 31-year-old Forlan took the starring role in his country’s heroic performance at the FIFA World Cup finals.

adidas Golden Boot

Thomas Muller’s opening goal for Germany against Uruguay in the third-place play-off proved enough to earn the Bayern Munich starlet the adidas Golden Boot. Muller finished on five goals at the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, but claimed the top scorer accolade thanks to no fewer than three assists, leaving him ahead of Spain marksman David Villa and Dutch hitman Wesley Sneijder, both of whom finished on five goals but with only one assist apiece.

adidas Golden Glove

The Spain keeper has conceded just two goals at South Africa 2010. Under pressure after La Roja opened up with a shock defeat to Switzerland, Casillas has since answered his critics with a string of superb displays that have proved crucial to his Spain’s progress to a Final they have long dreamed about.

FIFA Fair Play award : spain

Last Man of the Match


    * Date of Birth: 11 May 1984
    * Height: 170 cm
    * Shirt number: 6
    * Position: Midfielder
    * Current club: Barcelona (ESP)
    * International Caps: 49
    * International Goals: 8
    * First international: Spain - Russia
      (27 May 2006)

Club History

    * FC Barcelona B (ESP): From 2002 to 2002
    * FC Barcelona (ESP): From 2001 to 2002
    * FC Barcelona B (ESP): From 2000 to 2001

Andres Iniesta is one of a long line of gifted creative midfielders to have come off the FC Barcelona production line, following in the footsteps of such luminaries as Josep Guardiola, Ivan de la Pena and Xavi.

Iniesta was spotted by Culé club scouts at the age of 12, and within months had made the move to the Catalan giants’ famed youth set-up. There, word quickly spread about a shy boy from Fuentealbilla, near the Spanish city of Albacete, with outrageous dribbling ability and a knack for eye-of-the-needle passes.

His magic also shone at youth international level, where he helped Spain to European U-16 and U-19 titles as well as to the final of the 2003 edition of the FIFA U-20 World Cup in UAE, his displays at the latter event earning a berth in the tournament’s best XI. Iniesta made his top-flight debut for Barcelona in October 2002, at the age of 18, and has gone from strength to strength ever since.

Able to play anywhere across midfield or occupy a wide-forward berth, Iniesta is equally adept at prompting from the centre of the park as he is drifting out to the flanks, though arguably his best work is done in the hole behind the strikers. Indeed, it is in this position that his direct style and quick feet can be used to full effect, with the ball seeming glued to his toes as he races into threatening positions. A world-class creator thanks to his vision and intuition, he is not shy about firing off the odd effort at goal.

Boasting a packed medal cabinet featuring four La Liga titles, three Spanish Super Cups, one Copa del Rey, one UEFA Super Cup, two UEFA Champions League crowns and a FIFA Club World Cup, Iniesta played a full part in the six major trophies claimed by Barça during the 2009 calendar year. The diminutive schemer was also an integral figure in Spain’s triumph at UEFA EURO 2008 and, having missed last year’s FIFA Confederations Cup through injury, he will be doubly determined to leave his mark on South African soil at the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.

Best Young Player Award


    * Date of Birth: 13 September 1989
    * Height: 186 cm
    * Shirt number: 13
    * Position: Midfielder
    * Current club: Bayern Munich (GER)
    * International Caps: 8
    * International Goals: 5
    * First international: Germany - Argentina
      (3 March 2010)

There are easier surnames for a German footballer to possess than Muller, especially if you happen to be a Bayern Munich striker. There can be no avoiding comparisons with the legendary Gerd, from journalists and fans alike, but this eloquent and intelligent young man seems to have his feet firmly planted on the ground. Thomas Muller has exploded onto the top flight scene in his first full season as a pro, and surely has the potential to be a major discovery for Germany at the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.

A native of Upper Bavaria, Muller joined Bayern at the age of just ten. The German FA (DFB) quickly spotted his goal-scoring ability and highly effective playing style, handing him frequent appearances at junior international level. A fringe member of the senior squad in Munich from summer 2008, he received a first taste of Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League action under Jurgen Klinsmann. However, Muller’s stellar ascent began for real with Louis van Gaal’s arrival at Bayern. Searching for the right man to operate in the hole behind the central striker in a 4-5-1 formation, the Dutch supremo settled on the promising young reserve. The fast-starting 1.86m forward instantly became a first-team regular.

Muller repaid the coach’s faith with a total of 13 league goals, although the 20-year-old offers considerably more than effective finishing skill. Quite apart from pace, vision and exceptional technical ability for a relatively big man, he has demonstrated remarkable versatility, with more than creditable displays both in attacking midfield and wide on the flanks.

"I think I may be able to help, due to the way I like to keep it simple, potentially as a substitute. I can bring fresh impetus if things are getting bogged down," Muller told earlier this year. It was a typically astute comment, characteristic of his approach both on and off the field. He earned his first full cap in March 2010 in Germany’s 1-0 friendly defeat to Argentina in Munich, and represents a genuine alternative for national coach Joachim Low in South Africa.

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Rasth Goshe THANGI jan , Spain cha bindata Footbal e Zantkaran (Experts) han favorite goshtagath , dunya e taha geshter football leauge pasand wo laib kana bith a Spain e league enth (Spanish League), wo spain team e saja hen players (11 side) cha spainish league eh 2 manazane club a cha seyadi dar ent bezan Barcelona ho Real Madrid,

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